HB Reavis has revealed plans for its mixed use Elizabeth House scheme, which include 1m sq ft of office space and a new public street linking the development to Waterloo Station.
UK cities with strong tech and life science sectors such as Cambridge will continue to outperform those with economies based on agriculture and manufacturing in the months following Brexit – but their growth is likely to slow significantly, predicts a report by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr).
Derby City Council has announced plans for 37,500 sq ft of Grade A riverside office development next to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the world’s first factory, the Silk Mill.
Legal & General has drawn up plans to turn House of Fraser’s giant store in Birmingham into offices and a hotel after seeing the value of the property and its rental income fall sharply, Property Week can reveal.
Plans for a major extension to the main airport terminal building at LBA have been approved.
Developer Nikal, Blackpool Council and Media Invest Entertainment have revealed plans for a £300m leisure scheme on a site formerly earmarked for a ‘super casino’.
Cording has agreed a second deal for its new £400m UK Residential Investment Fund with a £40m forward funding deal for a build-to-rent development in Warrington.
The partnership between Moda Living, Apache Capital Partners and LaSalle Investment Management has unveiled its latest plans for a landmark £262m GDV development in Hove with the addition of Audley’s second ever Mayfield Villages scheme.
LaSalle Investment Management has sold its long leasehold interest in the Bath Travelodge Waterside hotel for £22m to a fund managed by CCLA Investment Management.
Patrizia has agreed to sell 1 Tanfield, a large office building in Edinburgh, to Greenridge Investment Management for about £65.5m, Property Week can reveal.
LXi REIT has paid £64.2m on six acquisitions to complete the deployment of its recent £175m equity raise.
Former Formula One driver bullish about developments in his native Northern Ireland and overseas.
Round Hill Capital and NBK Capital have acquired a 1 acre site with planning permission in Cork to mark the first investment of its Irish student accommodation-focused joint venture.